Townsville Maritime Museum Ltd help

The Maritime Museum of Townsville is the custodian of artefacts, images, books and other objects associated with the the maritime heritage of North Queensland. Notable collections encompass model ships, artefacts from the Yongala shipwreck (1911), ships' badges, historic watercraft including a Fremantle class patrol boat HMAS Townsville, navigation and safety equipment, lighthouse equipment including two original lighthouses and historic images depicting the Port of Townsville.

Contact Details

42-68 Palmer Street, South Townsville, Townsville, QLD 4810 Australia

+61 (7) 4721 5251

info@tmml.org.au

www.tmml.org.au

Director, Curator and Volunteers

Visitor Information

42-68 Palmer Street, South Townsville, Townsville, QLD 4810 Australia

Daily 10am - 3pm except Good Friday, Christmas Day and New Year's Day

Adult AUD 6, Concession AUD 5, Child (3-14 years) and school student AUD 3, Family AUD 15, School groups AUD 3 per student, accompanying teachers, parents and carers free

Facilities

Wheelchair access

Reference library

Parking

Shop

Function space

Guided tour

 Toilets

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